Leading a double-life has led to this educator getting fired as parents turn white as a sheet.

A social studies teacher in Citrus County, Florida — 80 miles north of Tampa — has come under fire from school district officials when it was discovered she was harboring a dark secret in her private life. Or, make that a bleach-white secret.

Dayanna Volitich taught civics at Crystal River Middle School, but she has been removed from classroom duties, and an investigation is under way, as it has been learned that in her private time she hosted a white supremacist podcast. Going by the broadcast name of “Tiana Dalichov” Volitich was the hostess of “Unapologetic”, a podcast where she espoused white nationalist theories and interviewed known supremacist personalities.

The Huffington Post made the revelation and found numerous examples in show episodes and on social media of Volitich/Dalichov making incendiary comments about race and white pride.

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Meanwhile the teacher is attempting to downplay or excuse away the vile content. Her claim is that the podcast was “political satire and exaggeration”.

While molding impressionable minds by day this deep-thinker had both an active social media presence with her podcast (including using her photo) and she made bold declarations on the air about being a teacher and how she was inserting her bilious social attitude into her curriculum. Volitich made enough direct personal references in her various accounts that HuffPo was able to locate her and clearly define that she was one in the same.

The claims that her show was a parody in nature withers under the harsh light of her own words. On the air Dayanna/Tiana was rather bold in her assertions of being a teacher and that she would inject her world views into her classroom.

HuffPo found numerous examples of her admitting she was covert in slipping her supremacist views into lesson plans. Volitich interviewed prominent white nationalist Lana Lokteff and they discussed at length what it meant for her to be a teacher.

In the same episode, Volitich boasted about bringing her white nationalist beliefs into the classroom and hiding her ideology from administrators. She said that when parents complained to the school’s principal about how she is injecting political bias into the classroom, Volitich lied to the principal and said it was not true.  “She believed me and backed off,” she said.

When Lokteff sparked a discussion about educators and the need to get inside the schools to promote the agenda to a new generation Volitich was rather up front on her position.

Volitich also agreed with her guest’s assertion that more white supremacists need to infiltrate public schools and become teachers. “They don’t have to be vocal about their views, but get in there!” her guest said. “Be more covert and just start taking over those places.”

Right,” Volitich said. “I’m absolutely one of them.”

As of right now her career is in the balance, but there is little hope of her retaining her job. It was just last summer when a principal in New Orleans had been reprimanded for attending a rally defending the removal of a Confederate statue. He was later fired when he was spotted in some photos wearing rings from a supremacist group. A teacher in Maryland also was fired after serving on Richard Spencer’s security detail in the doomed Charlottesville rally last fall.

Maybe Volitich can find new work should Lana Lokteff see her dream of starting a private school to indoctrinate children in their white-power. When the noted supremacist and host of Red Ice TV proposed the idea it was met enthusiastically.

Hit me up when you’re ready,” Volitich said.